Drunk Elephant & Celeb Stylist Chris McMillan Launch Haircare Line

Image: Drunk Elephant

Tiffany Masterson, founder of cult-favorite skincare brand Drunk Elephant, had an idea to apply her unique skincare philosophy to the scalp. In partnership with celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan, the duo created a line of four innovative haircare products that do just that.

The Products:

COCOMINO GLOSSING SHAMPOO: A sulfate-free, color-safe blend of coconut-based surfactants creates a gentle, creamy foam that effectively lifts dirt, styling products and other substances without damaging the hair shaft or stripping color.

American Salon Lookbook

Want more? Subscribe to our Lookbook!

Get inspired by visual highlights of the latest and greatest trends in the beauty industry. Sign up today to get each month’s issue delivered straight to your inbox!

COCOMINO MARULA CREAM CONDITIONER: A concentrated, nourishing blend of non-fragrant plant oils and butters work to soften, smooth and detangle all hair types while penetrating the hair shaft to fortify and protect against the damage done by heat styling and color treatments.

WILD MARULA TANGLE SPRAY: A superfine, weightless leave-in mist that effectively detangles and smooths while restoring natural movement, manageability and shine without weighing hair down.

T.L.C. HAPPI SCALP: The secret for a healthy scalp and fuller hair, T.L.C. Happi Scalp Scrub uses astable, supercharged AHA/BHA acid blend designed to rapidly break down and dissolve dead skin cells and styling product buildup, while biodegradable and perfectly gentle plant cellulose exfoliating beads sweep them away.

For more, visit drunkelephant.com

Suggested Articles

Beauty professionals can enroll in a higher-education program and earn the first-ever Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Beauty and Wellness.

Anti-aging has always been a buzzword in the skincare world, and now it's transitioning into the haircare world as well.

While in-person education is temporarily on hold, Moroccanoil is launching an online platform.